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Welcome to The Center for Earth Light Healing

Healing Light...Follow the Path to Your Own True Essence...

Dory Cote, Shamanic Practitioner and Teacher, founded The Center for Earth Light Healing in 2007 after being in private practice for many years prior.  In addition to a broad range of healing services, The Center for Earth Light Healing provides workshops in shamanism for the newly-interested seeker of shamanic studies as well as the advanced student of shamanism seeking deeper, long-term studies and initiatory experiences.  Dory also leads community ceremonies, and performs rituals at clients' request.

Utilizing gentle, modern-day, shamanic healing practices and ceremonies, Dory engages the power of spirit to heal whatever is not working in your life.   Soul Retrieval, for instance, is a powerful ceremony that invites and celebrates the return of lost aspects of your soul in order to prompt deep healing of emotional, physical or spiritual wounds...sometimes held for decades.   

The true Shaman or Shamanic Practitioner does not work with "techniques" but rather through years of practice and development of spiritual power prompts and engages the client's capacity to return to wholeness and health.   The Shaman works with the soul part of the body/mind/soul triad and in doing so impacts the whole person...there is in fact no separation between our body/mind/soul...what impacts one aspect of self, impacts the whole.   

Your true soul essence came into a body in this lifetime...I invite you to return to that state of wellbeing which is your birthright.   Go to SERVICES for further information about the hundreds of ways a Shaman might be of service to you. 

Soul Healing for what isn't working in your life

Dory CoteEver since the dawn of human history, tribes and communities have had shamans. A Shaman is a person who is profoundly aware that the world is alive with spirits and spiritual energy, and who does something with that knowledge.

Shamans dedicate their lives to their vocation. They sacrifice themselves for their people and spend many years acquiring knowledge and skills that take even longer to comprehend.

The word “Shaman” comes from the tradition of the Tingus tribe of Siberia, and means: "a healer & magician." ,   He or she recognizes that the spirits of the mountains, the rivers, the ancestors, and all of the other spirits who share our world are available to us here and now.

Shamans study the ways of the “old people” and of those who have gone before us, and finds ways to communicate with the spirits all around them. They learn to travel among the spirits by entering into a trance state. They ask the spirits for help with healing, and learn to understand and assist the dance of life, the great dance of which we are all part.

Shamanism has been practiced for tens of thousands of years in North America, South and Central America, Greenland, Africa, The Pacific, Europe, Australia, Siberia, Russia, the Far East, and in classical times in the Middle East.